How Spending Time In Forests Benefits Your Health

In the 1980s, shinrin-yoku, meaning "forest bathing" or "taking in the forest atmosphere," was developed in Japan and has become an important part of Japanese preventive healthcare and healing. Scientific research has established its many health benefits and shinrin-yoku is spreading across the world. Excursions to forests reduce feelings of stress, improve mood and vibrancy, balance the nervous system, calm the stress response, and support immune system health.

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